A sweet romantic view it is too, Jean
Thanks for the look out of your window, best regards,
Oh, Mike, I should say that this is where we went out to lunch on Valentine's Day. We went over to the next little town to one of our favorite little restaurants and had a nice sandwich. It was a cloudy day but a grand one!
You know what Jean I did not think it was your window at **your ** house, because there is no porch! (verandah as we call it here in England-even though the word is Indian!...we were great_thieves_ in the old days, eh?)It's well documented that the lower classes were deported to van Deemens land, while in later times, the upper classes went to India to 'teach' the locals how to behave, then stole lots more, but the only punishment meted out was to bring them home, granting them Lordships and massive country estates!
Pay no attention, I am rambling, it's probably the drink! (well, I can't blame the medications now!)
My best wishes,
Mike off to bed now it is 12 midnight
Mike, I sometimes think that I might not realize what a person might think when they read what I have written and that was the case this time. I didn't want you to think that the nice window was here at my house although I wish it was. Thanks for stopping in again. I'm glad you are off the antibiotics and getting to indulge a bit!
Best wishes to you, Mike.
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